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Next week most Americans will participate in one of the country’s dumbest traditions. No, it’s not picking which one of the two numbskulls we want to head our government. 484 more words

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Childhood

The story of the axolotl is not unique to the natural world, but it is truly fascinating.

The axolotl, Mexican salamander or Mexican walking fish, is a neotenic salamander that becomes an adult and reaches sexual maturity without undergoing any biological changes or metamorphosis. 317 more words

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Sunday, 23rd October 2016

Naked mole rat, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈneɪkɪd məʊl rat/
Etymology: < naked adj. + mole n. + rat n.

1. A blind, almost hairless mole rat of East Africa, … 43 more words

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INTRODUCTION From: J. E, Petrillo. “Trenz Pruca’s Musings.” iBooks.

Introduction

I met Trenz Pruca about ten years ago in Daly City California. In order to escape the fog and mist, I had ducked into a coffee house in a strip mall. 911 more words

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399 - Animals with awesome teeth

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Follow the non-adventures of Mizzle, the runt of a litter of superhero cats. While she’s not quite cut out for the celebrity lifestyle her sisters enjoy, she’s going to do things her own way. 49 more words

1000 Drawings

This and that from re Thai r ment, by 3Th. 1 Cold tits 0005 (February 17, 2016)

“A man with no memory is a man with no foresight.”
Catton, Eleanor. The Luminaries (Man Booker Prize) (p. 260). Little, Brown and Company.

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NatGeo Highlights: April and May 2016

It’s been a while, but I’m back with my quick thoughts on National Geographic Magazine for the past two months. April’s issue introduced “The Photo Ark” and May’s issue was a special issue focused entirely on Yellowstone National Park, our nation’s oldest National Park. 514 more words

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